The holidays are over and the colder days are upon us. Are you trying to figure out what to can do with friends and family at little to no cost? Denver is filled with museums, public art and educational places to help escaped the cold, without breaking the bank.
Here is a list of just a few local places you may want to consider:
Denver Museum of Nature and Science – (located at 2001 Colorado Blvd) is where you can let your imagination run free with dinosaurs, dioramas, space exhibits and more. Colorado residents have free days on January 22nd, February 27th and March 13th.
Denver Art Museum – (located at 100 W. 14th Ave. Pwky.) is one of the largest art museums between the west coast and Chicago. They have free days on January 7th, February 4th and March 4th.
Children’s Museum of Denver – (located at 2121 Children’s Museum Dr.) is an interactive experience where kids can learn and explore the spirit of fun. They offer first Tuesday of each month free to families from 4 pm – 8 pm.
Free Denver Public Art Tours – Participate in free public art tours by foot, bike or scooter.
U.S. Mint Tour – Want to learn how money is made? Take a free tour of the U.S. Mint and have all your questions answered. Find out all the tour information on their website.
Colorado State Capital Tour – Free tours are available from 10 am – 3 pm (Monday through Friday) where you can explore Allen True’s murals, listen in on the General Assembly; and view the Rose Onyx wainscoting.
Want to plan for more indoor activities during the cold winter months? Here is a great resource to find out what is going on in and around Denver.